OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) have a new video processing option for smart home and security applications—the OV788, an ultra-low power video compression chip with integrated synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM).
MSOs (multi-system operators) investing in carrier “Wi-Fi first” deployment strategies outside the home will be able to compete against MNOs (mobile network operators) for customers.
LogMeIn, www.logmein.com, a provider of cloud-based solutions connecting people, companies, and products, is on a mission to support the IoT (Internet of Things) with its “Support of Things” initiative.
Connected-car technology continues to expand with an update from Sequans Communications, www.sequans.com.
As more enterprises embrace multi-cloud strategies that encompass private, public, and hybrid clouds, IT is becoming more diverse.
There’s no denying that we live in an age of technological Renaissance.
In a networked society, communications companies such as Frontier Communications, www.frontier.com, a provider of high-speed broadband, advanced voice products, satellite video, and personal online and data security solutions in suburban, small/medium town, and rural areas across the U.S., are looking for ways to improve customer experience, capture new revenues, and drive business efficiencies.
While there have been many advancements in cooking technology, one unique example is sous-vide cooking, where food is cooked in a sealed bag among controlled temperatures.